Following Sega’s announcement last year that the english release of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f will be coming to PS Vita, the virtual idol’s addictive rhythm game is now available for eager fans to download and play via the Playstation Store via PSN. Priced at £23.99, the vita version of the game features most of the songs from the PS3 version, save for a few extra DLC songs, which can be downloaded to add to the song library included in the game. In addition to the modes in the PS3 game, the vita version includes an AR mode to take pictures of Hatsune Miku in the real world using the PS Vita camera, and view virtual performances using your surroundings as her stage.

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In addition to the song pack DLC available for the game, a few extra modules can be downloaded to give the characters extra costume sets to wear whilst performing. For the english release of Project Diva f for the vita, SEGA have announced a cross-buy promotion for the DLC, so that if you purchase the extra costume modules via PSN for the vita version, the download will be available free of charge on the PS3 version of the game as well, and vice-versa.

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—– Original Press Release Below —–


LONDON – 12th March, 2014 – SEGA® Europe today announced that Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA f ™, the ultimate rhythm game where players can experience a concert with the virtual diva at any given moment on-the-go, is out-now with an SRP of £23.99/€29.99 and available for digital download on the PlayStation®Vita handheld entertainment system in Europe via Playstation®Network. Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA f ™ features a completely separate set of trophies from the PlayStation®3 system version and will offer three DLC packs – the Snow Miku 2013 pack priced at £1.99/ €2.49, an Extra Character Modules pack priced at £1.99/€2.49 and an Extra Songs pack priced at £6.49/€7.99, to further enhance gamer’s experience as well as replay value.
DLC Cross-Buy promotion is available for both the Snow Miku 2013 and the Extra Character Modules DLC, if players already own these DLC packs on the PlayStation®3 system version, it will unlock it for free automatically when they purchase the PlayStation®Vita system version of the game. Likewise, if they pick up the PlayStation®Vita system version first and purchase this content, it will also instantly unlock it on the PS3™ version if they decide to purchase that one later.
Hatsune Miku is the world’s most popular digital singer produced by Crypton Future Media,INC. Her popularity continues to increase in the West and she has over 1.8 million dedicated English speaking fans on Facebook. Hatsune Miku is also successful in performing sold-out 3D concerts worldwide and appearing in TV commercials such as Toyota USA and Google.
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA f ™ releases on PlayStation®Vita handheld entertainment system via digital download on PlayStation®Network from today, March 12th for Europe. For more information about the game, please visit; to download SEGA game assets, please visit

About Hatsune Miku

Hatsune Miku is futuristic voice synthesizer software that is designed to allow users to easily create vocal parts from scratch by just entering a melody and lyrics. The music software was developed by Crypton Future Media, and first released on August, 31st, 2007. After the release, Hatsune Miku quickly evolved into a phenomenon of a highly participatory cyber culture with creating and sharing Miku-related content around the globe. At present, with more than 1,000,000 derivative artworks and 100,000 user-released songs, Hatsune Miku is not only the icon of this ever expanding creative community, but she is also successful in performing sold-out 3D concerts worldwide and appearing in TV commercials such as Toyota USA and Google.

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About SEGA® Europe Ltd.:

SEGA® Europe Ltd. is the European Distribution arm of Tokyo, Japan-based SEGA® Corporation, and a worldwide leader in interactive entertainment both inside and outside the home. The company develops and distributes interactive entertainment software products for a variety of hardware platforms including PC, wireless devices, and those manufactured by Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. SEGA Europe’s website is located at

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